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From working in catering as a teen to launching his own restaurant as an adult, Nabil Maati’s passion for the kitchen has never waned—even when forces beyond his control threatened to curtail the Syrian chef’s career.
While many Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Colombia have enrolled in school, without the right papers their futures are at risk
The number of Venezuelan refugees and migrants has now reached 4.3 million and is growing by the day.
Despite being thousands of kilometres away, Somali refugee, Abdikadir, is studying at Canada’s York University while in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp .
Refugee education in crisis: More than half of the world’s school-age refugee children do not get an education
Of the 7.1 million refugee children of school age, 3.7 million – more than half – do not go to school, UNHCR says in an education report released today.
At least 40 people are estimated to have drowned off the coast of Libya in the latest boat disaster on the Mediterranean.
Cash assistance in Kenya’s Kalobeyei settlement allows refugees to build their own homes with materials bought from the local community.
An asylum-seeker allowed to disembark from the Open Arms rescue vessel on the Italian island of Lampedusa recalls the horror of her journey.
Two years after Rohingya refugees fled to Bangladesh, strides are being made in enhancing nutrition, shelter, sanitation, healthcare and registration.
An estimated 8,500 refugees have left the Lóvua settlement since 18 August with the intention of returning home to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).